Serge Findling


Data governance has taken on a new urgency in the digital economy for two reasons: 1) Increasingly, business decisions are influenced or made outright by automated systems driven by analytics, algorithms, and artificial intelligence that require trustworthy, high-quality data for good results; 2) Regulatory scrutiny of data integrity and access controls is now more frequently required to meet security, privacy, and ethics requirements.

It’s been said that all businesses are technology companies in the age of digital transformation. It’s also true that many are becoming information businesses as the amount and value of data they produce and consume continues to increase. In fact, business leaders and CIOs will find themselves not only missing opportunities but also at a competitive disadvantage if they don’t leverage data assets before markets are crowded with competitors.